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Golf Coach arrested for child molestation, tried to hire hit man to kill players

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Golf Coach Andrew Nisbet from the San Francisco Bay Area was set to receive an award from the PGA before he was arrested for molesting three boys and then attempted to hire a hit man to have them killed.

Nisbet was already facing dozens of molestation charges but now will also face solicitation for murder after being charged by Alameda County District Attorney Office.

The former golf coach is currently incarcerated in Santa Rita Jail but prosecutors claimed on Tuesday that Nisbet had been exchanging letters with a confidential informant in which he indicated he wanted the victims killed.

Nisbet discussed prices with a man he believed to be a hit man but was simply an undercover agent who managed to reveal the dark discussions that took place involving the attempted murder of two victims.

Jeff McCort an inspector for the district attorney's office wrote a document seeking an arrest for Nisbet, here's what he had to say: "It appears from Nisbet's letters to and from the [confidential informant] as well as his conversation with [the undercover inspector], he is serious about having the victims killed in exchange for money,"

After all the primary evidence had appeared against Nisbet, a search of his jail cell was also conducted and additional letters were found concerning the intent to have two victims killed.

Nisbet used to be a well-respected golf instructor, he was supposed to receive a PGA award for Northern California Section 2013 Junior Golf Leader for his work with young golfers.

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